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Holiday Ornaments – DVD Reindeer

As promised, here is the second tutorial in this series. Today I bring you the reindeer ornaments. They are so cute! I hope you have as much fun making them as I did. Enjoy!   The Reindeer Ornament What you need: old CDs or DVDs acrylic paints (white, black, pink, brown, red) card stock paper scissors pipe cleaners pompoms craft foam (brown) ribbon paint brushes Read More

Tutorial Time – How to Insert Digital Papers Into Your PowerPoint Documents.

Once in a while my friends send me links to teaching products that have been created by other teacher-authors and that use my digital papers. I always like to take a look at what others came up with using my stuff, and usually I end up pinning their products as a “thank you” for using my artwork. However, recently I have noticed a few products Read More

Make Your Own Fancy Message Board

Since I spend so much time developing my teaching resources, a few months ago I decided to organize a tiny little space in our basement for this purpose. It is there that I consult books and notes. It is there that I write the rough drafts of resources. It is there that I store the resources I print and the little idea notes I come Read More

Organizing 101 – The File Folder part 2

On a previous post, I showed you how to assemble a simple file folder that children can use with white board markers. Today I bring you a tutorial on how to assemble file folders that have cut-out pieces that need to be stored. I will be assembling one of my most recent file folder activity sets. You can visit my stores if you wish to Read More

Organizing 101 – The File Folder

I LOVE file folders. Indeed, I ADORE file folder activities. I discovered this ingenious idea when I was searching the internet for ways to make fun activities for my daycare kiddies. I had lots of ideas to teach them concepts but I wasn’t very fond of the idea of printing things over and over again. When I discovered this idea of turning file folders into reusable Read More

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